Both skiers had strong qualifying runs, advancing to the first round of finals in the top three. In finals Anthony advanced to the super final in second place, with Graham in fifth.
Anthony was very unlucky not to make the podium in the super final, missing out on third place by just 0.70 points. Unfortunately Graham had a few mistakes in his super final run ending up in fifth place.
Olympian Brodie Summers also performed well, just missing the six man super final in seventh place.
The women's event was won by Olympic Champion Perrine Laffont of France, with Yuliya Galysheva of Kazakhstan in second, with Russian Anastasiia Smirnova in third. Taking out the men's event was Canadian Olympic Champion Mikael Kingsbury, with Ikuma Horishima in second and Ben Cavet of France placing third.
“The course was rather challenging this past weekend in Mont Tremblant and a lot of men were making mistakes across the board on the jumps and turns," Graham commented after the event.
"I trained quite well leading into the event, but in my super final run I got little caught up in the middle section which cost me."
"Mikael, Ikuma and Ben skied really well in the super final which was impressive to see. That will be the key for me moving forward into the next couple of weeks of competition. Putting down a clean package run that I am happy with will be the focus and hopefully the results will come with that.”
After four World Cup events, Anthony is ranked number three on the World Cup standings, Graham fourth, and Summers in tenth.
Other results for Australia in Tremblant included Sophie Ash in 18th, Cooper Woods-Topalovic in a personal best 20th, Claudia Gueli 24th, and James Matheson in 25th.
The mogul skiing athletes will next be in action in Calgary, Canada, on February 1.